Entries in the category Bear, see navigation bar above, “Blog” button, from it go to: “Bear” section. WEB presentation of the section: http://www.wildspain.org/bear
Main entities of trackers that cooperate with WildEurope Platform in the Bear section:
“Bears beat the earth when they walk, sending a vibration radiating through the land. Sweet sap oozing from deep claw marks in the bark of a tree, a heaping scat in the middle of a forest lane; such signs, and their unseen presence are what turn a landscape from beautiful to electric. The presence of bears symbolizes a truly wild place.
The current population of stands at more than 200 bears in the western Cantabrian Mountains, and over 30 in the eastern. There is also a population of bears in the Pyrenees—around 30 individuals—which was reintroduced following their extinction in the region.
With populations generally rising in the Cantabrian Mountains, these survivors still face pressure from development, habitat destruction, and poaching.” (By Gareth Wishart in https://www.outsideonline.com/2069281/spains-rarest-inhabitant-wild-brown-bear)